KENNESAW, Georgia | August 31, 2022 On the occasion of his 40th birthdaye anniversary, the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy publishes an article that ranks the 25 most influential articles published in the academic journal since its inception. Dana Hermanson, Rich Clune and Marcus Caylor, professors of accounting atRead More →

New research suggests that icosapent ethyl may significantly reduce cardiovascular risk in former or current smokers with other cardiovascular risk factors. Patients with a history of smoking experienced a significant reduction in the risk of a cardiovascular event on icosapent ethyl (Vascepa/Vazkepa; Amarin), according to a recent study by AmarinRead More →

The College of Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Amherst celebrates its 75-year journey from a modest agricultural engineering program to one of the top engineering programs in the nation with an exhibit honoring the college’s history and a series of events and conferences throughout the fall. . Image TheRead More →

An analysis of over 12,000 patients found that the SGLT2 inhibitors dapagliflozin and empagliflozin reduced cardiovascular death or hospitalization for heart failure by 20% in heart failure patients with mildly reduced ejection fraction and preserved. Late-breaking research is featured in a Hot Line session today at the 2022 ESC Congress.Read More →

Comment this story Comment For much of history, it has been illegal to turn other people’s legal claims into investments. This changed in the 1990s when Australia allowed financiers to fund insolvencies. Litigation funding is now a multi-billion dollar global industry that attracts private equity funds and large institutional investorsRead More →

In a few days, several hundred researchers will gather in the UK to debate the crises facing the oceans – and pay tribute to the expedition that first opened them up to scientific scrutiny. Exactly 150 years ago, the Challenger Expedition began a transformation in our understanding of the seas.Read More →

Percolating biological filter systems The Biotrickling Filter Systems market report includes a detailed analysis of current market conditions, key players, regions, types, and applications. The report offers an in-depth analysis of growth variables, market definitions, manufacturers, market potential, and significant trends to understand the industry outlook and future demand. ItRead More →

Comment this story Comment Beagles are making headlines. Last fall, Republican politicians, including Rep. Madison Cawthorn (NC), attacked Anthony S. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, seeking to link him to allegedly torturous experiments involving the breed. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) posted a photo ofRead More →

During its first year of exploring the Jezero crater on Mars, the Perseverance rover collected rock samples that scientists believe will provide a long-awaited timeline of the planet’s geological and water history. They’ll just have to wait a decade to find the answer, until the samples can be retrieved fromRead More →

Regulatory news | August 25, 2022 | By Ferdous Al-Faruque European Medicines Agency (EMA) officials tout the benefits of patient registries to support regulatory decision-making for orphan drugs in a recent review article in Frontiers in pharmacology. Citing the growing use of real-world evidence (RWE), including patient registries, officials sayRead More →

Daniel Ricciardo reacts to McLaren’s ‘bittersweet’ exit Daniel Ricciardo said his early exit from McLaren would be “bittersweet”, after it was announced he would be leaving the team at the end of the season. Ricciardo joined McLaren ahead of the 2021 Formula 1 campaign, on a deal that was dueRead More →

Writing in The Conversation, Professor Elaine Unterhalter (IOE, UCL Faculty of Education and Society) explores the history and past shortcomings of efforts to educate girls in Afghanistan, ranging from development efforts in the 1960s to secret schools under the Taliban. In August 2021, the Taliban took over Afghanistan, and sinceRead More →

The archives are the result of a year-long project by a team of academic experts, who painstakingly restored, preserved and recorded hundreds of historical Aberlour documents, including administrative records, files, reports annuals, photographs and issues of the association’s magazine. . Now fully searchable and open to those with personal orRead More →

New York, August 23, 2022 — Moody’s Investors Service (“Moody’s”) has performed a periodic review of ratings and other ratings associated with the same analytical units for the rated entity or entities listed below. The review was conducted as part of a portfolio review discussion held on August 16, 2022Read More →

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Thoughts and quick notes on the New England Patriots and the NFL: 1. White’s analysis: Retired Patriots running back James White is considering getting into sports media in his post-game career, and he’s already exploring his options. “It feels natural. I’m used to speaking in front ofRead More →

The present study retrospectively compared clinical and follow-up data between 259 survivors and 80 deceased with fibrosing PID in the bypass cohort. In this study, we demonstrated that smoking history, age, ACE, CYFRA21-1, and % DLCO predicted could independently predict survival in patients with fibrosing IPD. A new predictive scoringRead More →

Floodwaters in eastern Kentucky were swift and unforgiving. They killed at least 39 peopleand crumbling homes and businesses. At Hindman Settlement School in Knott County, they smashed doors off their hinges, carried away cars like they weighed nothing, and threatened an important and extensive historical record of the area. “IRead More →

LEXINGTON, Kentucky (August 19, 2022) — The University of Kentucky is pleased to announce the next Cornerstone Community Innovation Partner (CIP) for the 2022-23 academic year. This year’s partner is FoodChain, which will have an ongoing presence at Cornerstone to increase community engagement with students and faculty. This 12-month partnershipRead More →

Kūlanihākoʻi High School is now the official name of the campus currently under construction in Kīhei, Maui, following today’s approval by the Hawaii State Board of Education. The name honors the Kūlanihākoʻi creek and ravine, which runs along the campus at its northern edge, and which once supported the KaʻonoʻuluRead More →

A private autopsy of Alabama sentenced to death Joe Nathan James, Jr. suggests unskilled prison staff subjected him to a torturous execution process lasting several hours in a botched execution that experts say was the longest since the advent of lethal injection forty years ago . The autopsy results, describedRead More →

Washington, August 13: Research suggests that Earth’s continents were formed by massive meteor impacts that were especially common during the first billion years of our planet’s four-and-a-half billion year history. Dr Tim Johnson, from Curtin’s School of Earth and Planetary Sciences, said the idea that continents originally formed on theRead More →

Using his familiar style of simple questioning to promote conspiracy theories, Trump posted on his social media platform on Wednesday a suggestion that the FBI may have planted evidence. His legal team had previously suggested the same. A Trump lawyer, Alina Habba, said on Fox Tuesday: “I’m afraid they’ve plantedRead More →

Rocks on the surface of Mars could offer telling clues as to whether the Red Planet was once habitable enough to support life. To find out, the Canadian Space Agencyas part of the NASA-led program Mars Science Lab Missionis funding a three-year study by Dr. Benjamin Tutolo, PhD, associate professorRead More →

Taylor Barrow is taking a break from her first year of clinical internships at Wayne State University School of Medicine, but the reason for her temporary absence is valid. The third-year medical student was one of only two people nationwide accepted into the medical oncology section of Yale Cancer Center’sRead More →

History Channel’s popular survival contest series “Alone” has spawned a new spin-off – “Alone: ​​Frozen”. Shot on the frigid North Atlantic coast of Labrador, Canada, “Alone: ​​Frozen” pits six of the strongest contestants from last season’s “Alone” as they put their survival skills to the test. test for the secondRead More →

The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) supported and directly benefited from the exploitation and subjugation of colonized countries by the British Empire, according to a report on its history. The study explains how the school, founded in 1899, for decades received most of its funding from BritishRead More →